Herbals & Flowers

Herbal tea looks like tea and is brewed in the same way as tea, but it not actually a tea at all. This is because they do not come from the Camellia Sinensis bush, the plant from which all teas are made. Herbal teas are actually infusions, and are properly called tisanes. Tisanes are made from mixtures of dried leaves, seeds, grasses, nuts, barks, fruits, flowers, or other botanical elements that give them their taste and provide the benefits of herbal teas. Unlike other forms of tea, herbal teas contain no caffeine. They also taste great and are easy to drink. Your herbal tea may consist of one main herbal ingredient or it may be a blend of herbal ingredients, designed to bring about a specific purpose, such as relaxation, rejuvenation, relief from a specific condition, amongst other things. Noted Benefits of Herbal Teas The following are just a few general benefits that can be obtained from herbal teas, and these include: achieving a more calm and relaxed state of mind supporting heart health aiding with stomach and digestive problems provides cleansing properties for the body promotes energy and wellness nourishes the nervous system strengthens the immune system provides antioxidants to the body boosts energy levels and invigorating the body relieves stress helping to preventcolds stimulating the internal organs promotes sleep it is caffeine free

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